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Colonless&wired Aug 9
Living with an invisible illness is often difficult, so little education around . World would be a better place if less were judgemental. High 5 to my wheelie bin who goes out more than me #meshinjured#chronicpain
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Jennifer Hardwick Aug 13
Replying to @JenHardwick81
👏👏👏 Bayer announced they would stop selling Essure in the US by the end of 2018! Now if we can find an actually safe alternative to
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Tammy Jackson Aug 12
Go to grocery first time in 2 months, come home go to , Is this living? Husband and Daughter cooking, for me dinner in bed. & is of life
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Jennifer Hardwick Aug 13
Watching on it is sickening that after years of complications is still allowed to be implemented into innocent women's bodies. Not to mention, , hip replacements, and who knows how many other harmful devices.
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Vaatcompressies Aug 12
I got my coils 4 years ago, before that I was sportive, mom and a nurse, after that my life is ruined, got lots of (nerve) pain, need a wheelchair and there wasn’t a doctor who believed me! Stop , , !
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Marcie Ann Stewart 9h
Thank you to Dr. Raz for spending the last five year training surgeons all over the world in mesh removal. We now have a wealth of qualified surgeons world wide who are stepping up to help. I believe Dr. Raz estimates 1 million women will need removal surgery.
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Tenda WiFi Aug 7
Polish your Vocabulary, Clear your Vision, Sharpen your Mind. Tenda's most Exciting contest is about to Start. TOPIC: Wi-Fi
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Sling the Mesh Aug 7
Why did the implant disaster go on for 20 yrs before anyone took it seriously? Because it involved the V word & thats a bit "icky" for media, MPs & women to openly discuss Thank God its now OK & we have a suspension Thanks
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Mesh girl N Ireland 21h
injured everywhere want to be listened to, believed & treated with respect. We want choice to have Removal in a safe place that is fit for purpose with clinicians we can trust & have suitable pathways for post care. Not much to ask for really 😕
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Mesh girl N Ireland Aug 12
Replying to @waelagur @BAUSurology
Good to see the pain aspect of having a implant being looked at. I think this needs to be fully understood as too many women being left disabled or in permanent pain from these surgeries & appears to be very little realisation that it can be related
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Sling the Mesh Aug 7
In the UK the is responsible for checking medical devices like implants are safe so patients are protected. Except they are vastly under resourced & not fit for purpose.This is the MHRA heading up the International Perpendicular Society
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janine orr 21h
How to be a GOOD mesh centre; 1. , understanding , recognises and it causes 2. Fully and in removing in its entirety 3. Being open & with 4. Have the necessary diagnostic
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Dr Sue Black OBE Keynote Speaker Aug 11
I’m going into hospital today to have my removed. Wish me luck! Thank you so much to + for everything you do 🙏❤️🙏
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Deb Aug 13
Possibly another tragic consequence of insertion 😞 #autoimmune#disability #suicide#cancer. It never ends 😢
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1c2s3p Aug 10
The Idiots are the Medical Authorities, Consultants, Health Managers & Politicians who still fail to understand how devistating Severe are for victims and their families. The Arrogance of denying that is the cause of so much suffering is UNBELIEVABLE!
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Sling the Mesh Aug 7
Warnings were given about implants for years but nobody took any notice This from 2007
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Gold Coast Pelvic Mesh Support Aug 5
Me to implant consultant "Hi Long time since i have seen you" his reply "Bloody hell your'e still alive!! We just cant kill you can we! no you cant Not of course through lack of trying putting yet more poison in me after
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Mesh Ireland Aug 13
June 2018 SFAF18 - pledges continued support for injured of -part of the global mesh community
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Paula Cairnduff Aug 14
had ruined so many lives we go to bed with pain we get up with pain but the mental drain it had on you is terrible no help for anything today my head is all over the place sad really
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1c2s3p 23h
Too little ineffective & incomplete research was carried out to support approval, rubber stamping approval based on previous use of similar products was completely wrong.
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